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Royz Kazuki~

I am so happy he took chekis with the Rilakkuma I gave him a few weeks ago.

Note: my cheki

BPMagazine vol.2 (part 2)

BPMagazine vol.2 (part 1)

Sorry I can’t do any better than photos but atleast you can see whats in it & maybe read some interviews ^^;

The give-away finished, I already contacted the winner

Thank you for participating & I will do more give-aways in the future :3

Since I bought an awful lot copies of OMEGA & still got 1 left I decided to give it away & I’ll add a cheki in too~

-Reblog this post & add your favorite member. (this so I know what member cheki to give you.)
- I will choose a winner randomly on May 24th.
-I will ship anywhere in the world!
-You do not have to follow me to enter
-I’ll send winner a pm, you got 48 hours to reply or I will choose another winner.

Well thats about it.
Good luck!

Juri

Juri

freiheitx:

heavennarcissus:

I think we need to talk about this, guys. I’m aware illegally uploading is a thing that divides many fans, and we’ve got issues with getting copies of CDs and DVDs and other goods. Trust me, I understand.
NOCTURNAL BLOODLUST has been requesting fans remove their works, and I can’t blame them. Do they need to be a little more sensitive with their wording? Eh, debatable. But do they have a right to ask for fans to take down work? Hell yes.
You don’t have to like it, but this is what it is. People get uppity at me for being so anti-piracy, but let’s be honest: If it bothers the band enough to threaten to sue, do you really think you want to be on the receiving end? 
Yes, I have my own issues with how Nokubura handles some things, but with this? I’m 100% behind them.
This may make people upset, but we’re not entitled to their music. We buy their music so we can enjoy it. When we buy that CD or DVD, it doesn’t make the MUSIC ours. We can’t upload the copy online and share with everyone. It’s for your private use, and I hope that we can not piss off this band, because they have an amazing and wonderfully large foreign fanbase, and I don’t want the only thing for the band to see is the people who are literally ripping cash out of their hands. 
These guys aren’t rolling in cash. They really can’t afford to have this happen.
And, as fans, I would hope everyone would understand.

Soon the single will be uploaded on iTunes and people will be able to download from there for a better price - if you want just the songs not the CD. I think they can be promoted by lyrics videos on youtube, specially for overseas fans who can’t attend lives to know more and more bands. But I agree with Heather when she says they aren’t rolling in cash. So… if you like the band, try to support them.

I personally hate uploaders of albums/singles/DVDs with a burning passion & I agree with Nokubura 100%. However I think this is going to be an endless battle for them.A lot of people who download or stream the music were never intending to buy the CD in the first place & having to wait for the songs a little bit longer won’t change their mind as they know that they will be uploaded one way or another & if they won’t they will just start liking another band as they weren’t real fans usually to start with.Trying to get the downloads down is a good thing, but they shouldn’t spend much time on it as it would cost them far more than what they lose right now. Same things goes for sue fans and not selling to overseas fans anymore (I assume they mean you can’t order their CDs from shops that ship overseas anymore & international iTunes stores?) they’d lose far more than they lose even if their releases get uploaded illegally. I definitely agree with them though if you want to download their music so badly, use iTunes!

freiheitx:

heavennarcissus:

I think we need to talk about this, guys. 

I’m aware illegally uploading is a thing that divides many fans, and we’ve got issues with getting copies of CDs and DVDs and other goods. Trust me, I understand.

NOCTURNAL BLOODLUST has been requesting fans remove their works, and I can’t blame them. Do they need to be a little more sensitive with their wording? Eh, debatable. But do they have a right to ask for fans to take down work? Hell yes.

You don’t have to like it, but this is what it is. People get uppity at me for being so anti-piracy, but let’s be honest: If it bothers the band enough to threaten to sue, do you really think you want to be on the receiving end? 

Yes, I have my own issues with how Nokubura handles some things, but with this? I’m 100% behind them.

This may make people upset, but we’re not entitled to their music. We buy their music so we can enjoy it. When we buy that CD or DVD, it doesn’t make the MUSIC ours. We can’t upload the copy online and share with everyone. It’s for your private use, and I hope that we can not piss off this band, because they have an amazing and wonderfully large foreign fanbase, and I don’t want the only thing for the band to see is the people who are literally ripping cash out of their hands. 

These guys aren’t rolling in cash. They really can’t afford to have this happen.

And, as fans, I would hope everyone would understand.



Soon the single will be uploaded on iTunes and people will be able to download from there for a better price - if you want just the songs not the CD.

I think they can be promoted by lyrics videos on youtube, specially for overseas fans who can’t attend lives to know more and more bands. But I agree with Heather when she says they aren’t rolling in cash.

So… if you like the band, try to support them.

I personally hate uploaders of albums/singles/DVDs with a burning passion & I agree with Nokubura 100%.
However I think this is going to be an endless battle for them.

A lot of people who download or stream the music were never intending to buy the CD in the first place & having to wait for the songs a little bit longer won’t change their mind as they know that they will be uploaded one way or another & if they won’t they will just start liking another band as they weren’t real fans usually to start with.

Trying to get the downloads down is a good thing, but they shouldn’t spend much time on it as it would cost them far more than what they lose right now. Same things goes for sue fans and not selling to overseas fans anymore (I assume they mean you can’t order their CDs from shops that ship overseas anymore & international iTunes stores?) they’d lose far more than they lose even if their releases get uploaded illegally.

I definitely agree with them though if you want to download their music so badly, use iTunes!

Juri

Note: my cheki

Juri

Note: my cheki

Maki

Note: my cheki

Maki

Note: my cheki

Takemasa x Junji x Mahiro

Note: my cheki

Takemasa x Junji x Mahiro

Note: my cheki